• Baishakhi Bhattacharjee Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of Education, Tripura University (A Central University).


Emotions, Emotional Intelligence, Education, Classroom, Teacher, Student


Education is a constructive process. It is a life - long process that starts from birth and continues till death. According to Dewey Education is the development if all those capacities in the individual which will enable him to control his environment and fulfill his responsibilities. Education is a bipolar process.A school is a miniature society. In educational process teacher plays a vital role. It is found from the research that teacher plays a vital role in the students’ educational outcomes (Anderson, 2004).Today’s world is becoming more andmore faster and competitive. Teachers are becoming one of the vital components of teaching learning process. Teachers are the builders of future citizen of the nation.A teacher is responsible for the whole development of the student. Teachers have to face different situation in the classroom. In such case they not only manage their own emotions but also control the situation of the class. A person who knows and manage his own feelings well and who deals effectively other people feelings- that is emotional intelligence. The only way to manage emotions is emotional intelligence. Therefore, emotional intelligence, of teachers is very important. So this study describes about the   importance of emotional intelligence for teachers to become   successful in teaching.


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Baishakhi Bhattacharjee. (2016). EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND TEACHERS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 2(5). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/270